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T4bee Microcopters Parakeet Multicopters for 2" - 4" propellers and 110X - 160X motors

by t4b_ Aug 7, 2017
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You should design a parakeet-type hexacopter frame but for dys se1806 motors, 4 inch props, micro swift and 36x36mm boards. It'll make a sick 4 inch screamer that can keep up with a 5 inch racer.

that's basically a complete redesign ;) with current hardware, I don't think there's actually any need to go 30.5x30.5 anymore. 20x20 is the future. Most 1806 still have 12mm diameter mounting holes, so you can put that on these frames if you so desire. I will indeed probably make a 4" hexa for this as well, but that will have to wait a bit.

I still can't find a 20x20mm fc capable of 6 pwm outputs. I'll stick to building a stretched 4" parakeet frame. BTW, can this frame accept the Eachine Minicube stack or is the top plate too low for it?

I have a hglrc f3 in my 20x20 hexa, it has 6 pwm outputs. Alternatively can always work with remapping on boards where there's 5 and 6 missing.

I don't know whether the eachine minicube stack will fit, but I can definitely recommend the hglrc F428 tower. Standoff height is 18mm on the parakeet in general, 14mm for the Nox32 special.